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2013 IAS event: More Fake Statistics and PhoneyGraphs

liesI usually use my soapbox time on this blog attacking the lies and disingenuousness and evasion and prevarication and pretext and fancy-footwork pumped out by Miscavige and OSA and the “church” of Scientology Inc.

In fact, I’ll do just that in the week to come.

But I wanted to take a preliminary shot across the bow by bringing to the forefront the LIES promulgated by the US Government that are making headlines.

There’s a passel of deceptions that have already been documented in Obama’s administration.

They said the IRS wasn’t targeting conservative groups. (It was.)

They said the NSA wasn’t gathering data on US-resident US citizens or foreign dignitaries. (It was.)

They said the Benghazi diplomatic mission attack was perpetrated by “a bunch of random malcontents upset over an unpleasant video.” (It wasn’t)

The Obama administration said it wasn’t spying on the press. (It was.)

Now, we’ve had a month of reports about the hc.gov healthcare website not working or not working right.

This week, hitting the fans were reports that millions of Americans are losing…or are going to lose…their healthcare insurance. And the White House was told! In writing.

Their consultants predicted a disastrous website rollout 6 months ago!

That’s in direct contradistinction to the President’s promises that he repeatedly asserted during the Obamacare debate: “If you like your health-care plan, you will be able to keep your health-care plan. Period.” and “No one will take it away. No matter what.” and “Your healthcare costs will go down $2500”.

Whoops! A lie! Or two! Or three! Or more!

And today’s news is that the White House knew about this difficulty and didn’t do anything to stop it. There’s also been news that the website wouldn’t work at the announced rollout date, but they didn’t do anything to delay the rollout.

Even worse, from my experience in the software industry, was the news that major changes were made to the site about a month before the rollout, which were made to hide the cost of your “investment” into Obamacare until you’d actually registered and signed up for Obamacare. Originally, the site was designed for a person to anonymously find out what his healthcare cost was before registering and could then decide whether or not to sign up for Obamacare. So, essentially, the enforced signup obscured and camouflaged the lies that were built into the system.

And as someone who’s worked on software, I can tell you that making major changes to a major software system’s designs a month before it goes release heightens the risk of system failure 1000%.

Today’s news included e-mails from administration staffers to one another that worried about changing the error message formats on the website so that it wouldn’t be criticized by the media!

The Obamacare rollout was scheduled so any problems with it wouldn’t interfere with his 2012 re-election run.

It was also scheduled to any problems with it could be ameliorated before the Democrats’ mid-term elections.

But it’s not working out that way.

Does any of this sound familiar?

Sure it does! It the same kind of crapola that the “church” of Scientology Inc pulls in order to make sure that the COB, his omniscient omnipotence David Miscavige himself, stays “popular” with Scientology parishioners.

Yet we can see that the Obamacare fizzle and culture of lies in the Obama administration is leading to a precipitous drop in Obama’s popularity, with an attendant drop in the popularity and approval of Obama cronies…people like Hillary Clinton, for example.

Also hitting the headlines this week was a story from The New York Post reporting that the “hopeful” unemployment numbers put out by the Obama administration in the four months before his re-election were fabricated and faked in order to get Obama elected.

This latest report is why I’m writing this post.

Obama’s popularity is not…and was not…any measure of his honesty.

That same admonition needs to be laid at the feet of Miscavige.

Miscavige’s overbloated estimate of the GAT II rollout attendance is a measure of Miscavige’s inability to perceive the popularity of the “church” of Scientology Inc and David Miscavige — and therefore behave appropriately.

Importantly, my point is that the similarity between the Obama administration and the Miscavige oligarchy is singular: keep the boss in power, with a spotless legacy, no matter how many lies you need to tell, no matter how much truth gets revealed, no many how many crimes you need to commit, no matter how many people’s reputations you have to trash, no matter how much deception is being used to prop up an artificial appearance of omniscience and invulnerability.

How different the actual scene is than the one painted by the sycophants.

— written by Plain Old Thetan

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4 Comments

Cece  on November 21st, 2013

Oh please chill!!

iknowbetter  on November 21st, 2013

This is another awesome article…I can’t tell you how many times I have made this connection before. Its eerily similar. Keep up the great work and I am going to contact you on trying the Spiritual Relief Technology you offer.

PlainOldThetan  on November 21st, 2013

Cece: Apparently you have read Tony Ortega’s report today at http://tonyortega.org/2013/11/21/the-ethics-of-political-power-scientologys-worship-of-ruthlessness/ and continue to feel that Deceitful Ruthless Rule By Those In Power is the order of the day and that people who lie, fabricate “statistics”, and destroy others in order to maintain “power” should be supported.

I find it interesting that people use the phrase “I’ll believe it when I see it” when more often the actual situation is “I’ll see it when I believe it”.

All lies and jest
Still a man hears what he wants to hear
And disregards the rest
— The Boxer, Simon & Garfunkel

Lora  on November 22nd, 2013

Cece, why would he need to chill? I personally can’t find one thing in this article to disagree with. If you do, I understand, and would like to hear what your opinions are. Otherwise, your comment is just an ad hominem argument.

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